This course is an introduction to the concepts, principles, problems, and practices of operations management. Emphasis is on managerial processes for effective operations in both goods-producing and service-rendering organization. Topics include operations strategy, process design, capacity planning, facilities location and design, forecasting, production scheduling, inventory control, quality assurance, and project management. The topics are integrated using a systems model of the operations of an organization
This course is designed to orient the students to accountingvand reporting in the government, not-for-profit organizations, insurance, banks and other related industries. Topics discussed are concepts and transactions related with government budgeting, accounting and auditing; accounting and reporting for not-for profit organizations (NPOs) such as hospitals, colleges and universities, voluntary, health and welfare organizations (VHWO), and other NPOs.
This course also includes basic concepts related with insurance companies, both life and non-life, banks, and service
concession arrangement. This course is also designed to distinguish between profit and non-profit organizations.
introduces the students the basic concepts and principles in accounting with a
discussions of topics on recording, classifying and summarizing financial
information. The course also provides the student with a review in accounting
for sole proprietorship, partnership and corporation business.
The goal of this course is to present overview of IT Fundamentals and Tools used in business environments. This includes computer terminology, hardware, software, operating systems and information and application systems. This course will also explore business applications of software, including spreadsheets, databases, presentation graphics, word processing and business-oriented utilization of the internet.
The course introduces the students to the factors affecting the behavior of individuals and groups in organization focusing on the specific factors that tend to explain behavior of individuals, groups, and organizations. Various theories and models of organizational behavior, work group behavior, motivation in life and work, and human relations among others are discussed and related to organizational practices and phenomena.
This course seeks to provide students with a thorough understanding of the workings of the economy. It also aims to give an appreciation of basic economic concepts that are covered in Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, & International Economics essential to both business & non-business majors. Topics include, among others, household behavior & consumer choice, firm theory, income distribution & poverty and globalization & international trade.